UFU's Barclay Bell with Alastair Kerr, Isuzu Regional Manager

New Isuzu deal available

The Ulster Farmers’ Union has recently teamed up with Isuzu to offer members an exclusive range of deals on the Isuzu D-Max pick-up.

Launching the new offer, UFU deputy president Barclay Bell said: “We are delighted to have teamed up with Isuzu, a company that provides vehicles of choice for farmers across the province. Isuzu has a strong affinity with farmers and agricultural communities and through UFU membership farmers can make substantial savings.

“In today’s farming climate it is vital that farmers get as much value for money wherever possible and this is another great opportunity to do so. I would encourage all members currently in the market for a new vehicle to strongly consider these exclusive discounts available to them.”

Through this affinity deal UFU members can avail of an additional three per cent discount on the Isuzu D-Max pick-up range.

Alastair Kerr, Isuzu regional manager for Northern Ireland, added: “We are delighted to be working closely with the Ulster Farmers Union. Isuzu D-Max has established itself as a firm farmer’s favourite.

“The D-Max is the only pick-up that tows 3.5 tonnes backed up with a 125,000 mile/five year warranty which makes it the clear class leader. We have five specialist dealers spread across Northern Ireland.

“All dealers have a full fleet of test vehicles so we would encourage members to bring their trailers down for a proper demonstration. Isuzu sales in Northern Ireland have soared 40 per cent every year for the last three years since new D-Max was launched, we are confident this new deal will bring even more satisfied customers into the brand.”

Ulster Farmers’ Union members wishing to benefit from this exclusive offer should request a special voucher from UFU headquarters, which will confirm their current valid Union membership. Please note – you need to be a member of the UFU for three months or more to avail of this offer.

Contact UFU Membership Services Department on telephone 028 9037 0222.